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American culture has a romance with criminality dating back to colonial times, and historically those flames have been fanned by changes in business and technology.

Newspapers helped build up the 19th-century outlaw Jesse James as no common thief but a romantic antihero, an avatar of pure style.

Today, I’m going to talk about sign language with David Peach. David: Currently, I’m in Argentina, and we’re in the city of La Plata, which is just South of the capital, Buenos Aires.

I became interested in sign language when I learned that my brother is taking American Sign Language as his foreign language in college, and then I saw on David’s Linkedin profile that he’s a missionary to deaf communities. I’m very excited about being able to share what I know about sign language. Mignon: Oh, and what sign language do they use there?

Sign language has its own grammar, and it's not one universal language.

In this interview with interpreter David Peach, I learned all kinds of fascinating details about sign language around the world.

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